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Poster: tracey pooh Date: Jan 3, 2011 12:54pm
Forum: faqs Subject: Re: streams

thx for the check and report -- great, so IE fixed.
i was unsure if you think it's still broken in other browsers??


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Poster: dead-head_Monte Date: Jan 15, 2011 1:32pm
Forum: faqs Subject: Re: streams

I will only verify for you how Firefox, Opera, and IE are doing. Everything is working as it was a month ago. By far, IE is the most "picky" of these 3 browsers. This impacts the HTML coding schemes for web designers, tapers, soundmen, & archivists like myself who are creating items on The Archive.

I have donated many projects here. It's mostly audio tapes of live music that I recorded. For the items that I administrate here, I went out of my way to add some photos, Zipped collections, music collections, links to YouTube clips - including the FLV files, some historical comments, technical information, documentation detailing bands' sound systems, and several firsthand accounts of things that I witnessed. In short, I filled in some empty gaps to create better historical context for my items here. They're multi-media web pages.

IE is my last-choice browser, but we all have to deal with it. I always verify my stuff works in IE at home, for all my projects and items on The Archive. But, I still go to my library in Fort Collins, and I make sure everything works correctly on their computers using IE. That's my drop-dead web browser rendering test.

You still have lots of problems with the on-page Flash Player and the continuity of the audio streams. I first noticed these new problems in early July, 2010.

In my mind, I think I could help you guys out with some of this stuff. I know I could improve and upgrade many items here. I'm creative, and I would do well working on special projects for The Archive. Could you use a part-time person like myself, to work in the background, and to help you guys out "in the field"?

Americana is what I taped